Level 2 Hospitality
Teacher in Charge: Ms S. van Niekerk
LEARNING ACTIVITIES: A range of written and practical activities based around food preparation and service. This course enables students to gain industry qualifications while at school and prepares them for work in hotels, cafés and restaurants. This course leads into Level 3 Hospitality. Students are able to be involved in competition work at this level.
This course involves preparation and serving of food for the hospitality industry. Career pathways
include, chef, hotel management, airline steward, tourism, service industry, food and beverage service, cookery, café work, restaurant work, apprenticeships in cookery and food and beverage. It contributes to sector credits towards Service Industry Vocational Pathway Awards.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Students need a 1B5 book. Uniform for practical lessons must include covered shoes and hair net. No facial
piercings and false fingernails are allowed.
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 1 Hospitality is an advantage.
Total Credits Available: 20 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 20 credits.
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